MSHA Training | MSHA Certification | Hazwop Training

MSHA Training | MSHA Certification – $150

The MSHA Training classes are specifically designed for surface miners and surface miner contractors in compliance with MSHA Title 30 CFR – MSHA Part 46 training requirements for mining safety. The MSHA Certification course for mine safety training will assist miners in developing safety practices and understanding protective measures when working in mines. This package contains 27 courses, including the required 8 hours of compliancy MSHA Part 46 training. This course is suitable for new miners and helps to develop a comprehensive and useful safety guideline for surface miners to follow in order to protect the wellbeing of all workers on site. Apart from the interactive MSHA training, one should also have supervised on-site training as part of their approved MSHA training plan in accordance to federal regulations. The aim of this online MSHA Certification course is to provide valuable information, good safety work habits and best practice for many years to come. At the end of the course, you will be able to print your MSHA Certification of completion.

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This MSHA Training package contains 27 courses as below, including the required 8 hours of compliancy MSHA Part 46 training.

  • Chemical Hazards
  • Emergency Procedures
  • Environmental Hazards
  • Equipment Hazards
  • Escape Respirators and SCSRs
  • First Aid for Common Injuries
  • First Aid for Emergences
  • First Steps in All First Aid Situations
  • General Physical Characteristics of Surface Mines
  • Hazard Overview
  • Line of Authority
  • Maintaining and Repairing Equipment
  • Physical Hazards
  • Preventing Accidents
  • Respirators
  • Rights and Legal Responsibilities of Miners
  • Site Rules and Hazard Reporting
  • Surface Mine Development, Operations, and Reclamation
  • Typical Surface Mining Equipment
  • Using Personal Protective Equipment
  • Working Around Equipment
  • Working at Night
  • Working in a Confined Space
  • Working on or Near Water
  • Working with Chemicals
  • Working with Electricity
  • Working with Explosives